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HP L7555 My HP L7555 is printing backwards. Any ideas? HP L7580 prints photos backwards (reverse image) - followed the Printing Wizard prompts; it then asks if you want the image to show before printing, i click yes and it is shown reverse image with the only choice left is to either print or cancel.

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  • DimaZ Dec 28, 2008

    I also had this problem; I did go look for the mirror image item and it was off; I then simply printed again and it came out the next time, but I didn't do anything different. It later again did the same thing...wasted biz card stock, but still don't know why it works once then not!???

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When you select "Print" and get the print window to confirm....select "Preferences". On the Advanced or Effects tab, look for the "Mirror Image" menu item. Turn it Off. If you cannot find it, comment back.

(BTW, the Mirror Image option is normally used to print t-shirt transfers.)

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When you go to print something next time, click on Preferences on the Print window. Click on the Advanced tab. There should be a Mirror Image choice and it probably says ON. Click on the ON and change it to OFF with the drop-down menu. Click OK. That should correct the mirror image problem.

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Open a document and select File>Print.

When the Print window opens, select the "Preferences" or "Properties". button.

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